They didn't ask for quality. They just asked if you were good.
> * If you think what we are doing is important...
> kissing Ms's ass?
W3C doesn't just kiss Microsoft's ass. There's a lot of Netscape
> * If you want to be here...
> yeah, Boston sounds nice compared to the horrible balmy 70's days here.
Yes, isn't our beautiful southern California weather just unbearable?
> * We are looking for people who can help us lead the
> * web to order and rapid enhancement.
> in othere words who will shill for Ms?
"Don't cry for me, IntExplorer... the truth is I never left you..."
> * We hire people who possess insight,
> * tact, technical understanding, and the ability to follow things though.
> * -- http://www.w3.org/pub/WWW/Consortium/Recruitment/Overview.html
> damn FrontPage spell checker.
What's funny is that it reads like "We hire people with the ability to
follow things IN SPITE OF their insight, tact, and technical
The goal is to build a web so conceptually consistent, socially relevant
and technically expandable as to allow the next great paradigm to become